I have found that the deep conversations I have with people are a huge factor in my happiness daily. I also value the personal grind, personal development, and doing the necessary things to self-educate myself. But, the alliances I’ve created with my friends and the value that they have brought to me through the sharing of experience is something I will always be thankful for. Hearing about personal triumphs and overcoming adversity makes me happy for other people, but also inspires myself to make positive changes in my life. I wanted to share this platform with Slager to help do that for other people, in a way that will bring me closer to the world around me.
Episode | September 18th, 2023 | 1 hr 45 mins
entrepreneurship, fitness ceo, fitness franchise, fitness industry, fitness professionals, flexwere fitness, flexwerk, gym franchise, steve pirt, steve pirt flexwerk
In this episode, we sit down with Steve, the Co-founder and CEO of FlexWerk, a game-changing ecosystem of FlexSpaces crafted for all fitness goals and training types. Dive deep into Steve's journey from being a passionate gym enthusiast to pioneering a flexible, customizable, and immersive fitness experience. Discover the challenges, innovations, and the vision behind FlexWerk, and how it's reshaping the fitness industry. If you're intrigued by the blend of design, technology, and becoming your own boss in fitness, this episode is a must-listen!
Episode | August 23rd, 2023 | 1 hr 39 mins
In this episode, we are thrilled to have Carter, Co-founder of PrintNet Solutions, a company that is revolutionizing the 3D printing industry. Carter shares his journey from a young Minecraft server entrepreneur to a leader in the 3D printing software business. He discusses his experiences with mentorship, the importance of providing value, and his vision for the future of 3D printing. Tune in to learn about the transformative power of technology and the potential of 3D printing in shaping our world.
To learn more about Carter's business, PrintNet Solutions, visit their website at printnetsolutions.com
Episode | August 9th, 2023 | 1 hr 47 mins
Join us for this captivating episode as we host Ryan Danley, Co-founder and Co-Owner of Ohio Drip. Following a life-changing snowmobiling accident that left him paralyzed, Ryan and his wife Kelsey embarked on a journey of healing and entrepreneurship, launching their ice-dyed clothing company, 'Ohio Drip.' This episode delves into Ryan's mental shift post-accident, the impact of specific books on his life, the birth of 'Ohio Drip,' and his podcast 'Danley and Friends.' Tune in for an inspiring exploration of overcoming adversity, embracing purpose, and making a difference.
To learn more about Ryan's business, Ohio Drip, visit his website at OhioDrip.com
Episode 213: The Art of Content Scheduling, Wellness Tips for Rib Injuries, How to Establish Strong Habits, and Applying Stoic Philosophy
Episode | July 24th, 2023 | 1 hr 13 mins
atomic habits, atomic habits recap james clear, career development, career tips, content development tips, cup of joy podcast, how to build a morning routine, how to manage rib injuries, journaling tips, marcus aurelius, morning routine, public speaking tips, stoic philosophy, stoicism
In this episode of the podcast, we connect on various aspects of life, from personal anecdotes and important life lessons to professional development and wellness tips. We provide some recent life updates , including Slager's unexpected lessons from a short-term water outage and Tim's bachelor party recap. You'll hear about Tim's exciting work with the LEAP Program, and how he's integrating journaling into his daily routine. Slager reveals his recent podcast experience discussing male emotions and spirituality, and his tactical approach to content scheduling. Lastly, we share valuable nuggets on becoming a self-reliant learner at work, dealing with rib injuries, and taking inspiration from stoic philosophy and Atomic Habits by James Clear. Tune in for an episode filled with humor, valuable lessons, and a fresh perspective on personal growth.
Episode 212: Lissa Sears, Comedian, Actor, Motivational Speaker, Author, and Founder of "Flat Out Love"
Episode | June 19th, 2023 | 1 hr 39 mins
comedian, comedy, flat out love, how to overcome adversity, lissa sears, lissa sears comedian, lissa sears flat out love, mental health
In this engaging podcast episode, we are joined by the multi-talented Lissa Sears. As a comedian, actor, motivational speaker, author, and the founder of "Flat Out Love", Sears shares her personal journey living with multiple sclerosis, the inception of her meetup group for those living flat post-mastectomy, and how comedy played a role in her life. She also enlightens us on the risks of breast cancer implants and how she developed a mindset to overcome life's tragedies. This is a heartfelt, inspiring, and informative episode you won't want to miss.
Episode | May 26th, 2023 | 1 hr 29 mins
athletic performance, chris ewing, chris ewing atlas process, christopher ewing, christopher ewing atlas process, how to be a better athlete, personal training, personal training tips
Chris Ewing is an entrepreneur, personal trainer, and Founder of the Atlas Process, a system designed to coach athletes toward a stronger mind and body. In this episode, we explore the impact of social media, personal accountability, physical training, and mindset development. Chris also shares his journey from a corporate 9-5 job to becoming an entrepreneur, developing the Atlas Process for high-performing athletes. He talks about his ideal clients, networking, and how he built a network in a new city without knowing anyone. We also discuss the power of positive affirmations, overcoming negative self-talk, and how to optimize your decision-making process. Listen in for tips on how to improve your life and mindset.
To learn more about Chris, you can reach him at:
Email: [email protected]
Episode | May 17th, 2023 | 1 hr 18 mins
content creator, content creator tips, digital marketing, digital marketing consultant, entrepreneur, snaplistings
Dolly Meckler is an entrepreneur, content creator, and digital/social media consultant. She is the Founder of Challah Dolly (Bread Brand), Creator and Host of "You Have Such a Pretty Face" (Interview Show about fat phobia and body image), Co-Founder of Snaplistings (Real Estate Marketing Company), and former team member of digital content powerhouses HBO and YouTube.
In this interview, Dolly talks about her entrepreneurial journey, key lessons learned along the way, and what all successful brands have in common. To learn more about Dolly, you can visit her work at:
Episode 209: Drew Champlin, Jiu-Jitsu Coach, Entrepreneur, and Founder of Champlin Jiu-Jitsu Academy
Episode | April 28th, 2023 | 1 hr 21 mins
bjj, business owner, champlin bjj, entrepreneurship, jiu jitsu, jiu jitsu gyms indy, jiu-jitsu, jiu-jitsu gyms indy, jiu-jitsu gyms near me, mma, small business owner
In this podcast, we talk with Drew, a jiu-jitsu coach and entrepreneur, about his personal journey of transformation and how he started his own business in the martial arts industry. Not only does he provide tips and lessons on starting a side hustle, but he also explains the many benefits of engaging in activities like jiu-jitsu.
Episode 208: Nick and Christian Cross, Content Creators and Co-Founders of "Brodeine" YouTube Channel
Episode | April 7th, 2023 | 1 hr 1 min
brodeine, brodeine youtube, christian cross, digital marketing, how to be a youtube creator, nick cross, youtube, youtube creators
Nick and Christian Cross are Content Creators and Co-Founders of the YouTube channel "Brodeine," which has gained over 1.04 million subscribers and 158 million views in 6 years. The duo of brothers performs comedic skits on their main channel, including their other channels: Brodeine Vlogz, Brodeine Warfare, Dab of Brodeine, and Brodeine Cinemas.
In this interview, Nick and Christian talk about their motivation for starting their channel, their creative process, and advice for future content creators in making the internet a better place.
To learn more about Christian and Nick, visit their YouTube channel at youtube.com/@Brodeine
Episode 207: How to Manage Stress, The Perfect Mindset for Decision Making, and How to Eat For Your Blood Type
Episode | March 25th, 2023 | 52 mins 42 secs
eating for your blood type, health tips, healthy decision making, man's search for meaning, mental health, mental health tips, nutrition tips, peter d'adamo, stress management tips, stress relief, viktor frankl
In today's show, we provide tips on how to manage your stress in a healthy way, maintain a positive mindset when making everyday decisions, and eating for your blood type.
Episode | March 2nd, 2023 | 1 hr 17 mins
alcohol free bar, business owner, coffee, coffee bar, entrepreneur, fishers indiana, memento, memento fishers, memento retail
Shwa Hall and Max Gavin are the Co-founders of Memento Zero Proof Lounge, Indiana's first alcohol-free bar and coffee shop, set to open in March 2023 in the First Internet Bank Building in downtown Fishers. The lounge will offer non-alcoholic beer, wine espresso-based drinks, alcohol-free craft cocktails, and food.
In this interview, Shwa and Max talk about the mission and idea behind their business and how they want to impact the local community. We also dive into the most commonly asked questions, including what the drink mixing process looks like, the journey of forming the business, and how their lounge will be unique.
To learn more about Shwa, Max, and Memento, visit their website at mementoretail.com
Episode 205: What is a Nutrition Coach? Benefits of Cold Showers, 3 Productivity Tips, How to Have Complete Control of Yourself
Episode | February 8th, 2023 | 1 hr 9 mins
2023 goals, emotional intelligence, how to be productive, how to set goals, man uncivilized, nutrition coach benefits, productivity tips, self-control, self-regulation, what is a nutrition coach
In our first solo episode of 2023, we provide updates on our holidays and business goals. We also talk about ways in which we will be improving our production value of the show this year. For career and health tips, Tim offers 3 productivity strategies to help you achieve more. Slager also explains what a nutrition coach is and why he is starting to incorporate cold showers into his daily routine. To end the show, we dive into readings from Traver Boehm (how to have complete control over yourself) and Seneca (how to leverage your thoughts to provide value for others).
Episode | January 25th, 2023 | 1 hr 37 mins
bridget boyle, bridget boyle roche diagnostics, hr leaders, leadership tips, organizational development, roche diagnostics, workplace culture
Bridget Boyle is the Head of People & Culture for Roche Diagnostics' U.S. Diagnostics Commercial Organization, as part of the HR Shared Service Center that supports all Roche employees in North America. She also contributes as a member of Roche's Global Diagnostics HR Leadership Team.
In this interview, Bridget not only highlights key moments in her career path, but she also provides actionable lessons on networking at a company, how to make yourself more valuable for an organization, and what leaders can do to maximize the talent around them.
Episode 203: How to Define "Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years," Postural Work for Golfers, How to Tell Compelling Stories, and Finding Your "Why" with Training
Episode | December 23rd, 2022 | 1 hr 4 mins
career advice, career coaches indianapolis, dr. phil rogan, exercises for golfers, golfer exercises, harry beckwith, health and nutrition, how to interview well, how to workout, interview questions, interview tips, jonah hill stutz, nutrition coaches indianapolis, nutrition tips, resume writers indianapolis, stutz netflix, workout tips
In today's episode, Slager recaps Jonah Hill's "Stutz" documentary on Netflix and Dr. Phil's appearance on the Rogan Podcast. Tim provides you guidance on how to reflect on the question "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" For book talk, Slager analyzes "Man Uncivilized" by providing a different perspective in your training regimen, while offering actionable tips for golfers and athletes when it comes to postural work. Tim's book talk involves how to tell a compelling story, drawing concepts from "You Inc." by Harry Beckwith.
Episode | December 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 21 mins
company culture, firemon, leadership development, leadership tips, organizational development, summitwise, workplace culture
Justin Stouder is the Chief Technology Officer of FireMon, a software development company focused on improving security operations and outcomes. He is also the founder of Summitwise, which provides high-altitude and high-impact leadership experiences.
In this interview, Justin provides networking tips and career lessons, based on his path through financial services, software, and IT. He also explains how to define your core values and let them guide you through your personal and professional life. Justin also discusses how to make yourself more valuable, whether it is through public speaking, leading through a non-management role, or initiating meaningful conversations with other professionals. We end the show discussing how a company can improve its company culture and attract top talent, especially if it is a hybrid or remote company.
To learn more about FireMon or Justin's business Summitwise, learn more below:
Episode 201: Johnathan Gorman, Actor, Writer, Producer, Keynote Speaker, Life Coach, and Corporate Sales Leader
Episode | December 2nd, 2022 | 1 hr 48 mins
actor, career advice, career tips, how to sell, john gorman, johnathan gorman, personal development tips, producer, professional development, sales, sales leadership, sales tips, your life is your movie
Johnathan Gorman is an actor, writer, producer, keynote speaker, life coach, and corporate sales leader. He is also the author of "Your Life is Your Movie: The Biggest Obstacle You'll Ever Have to Overcome is Your Mind," which will be released in January 2023. With over 40 years in the entertainment industry, Johnathan discusses his journey, lessons learned, and how it helped him succeed in other areas of his life. Johnathan also dives into effective sales and relationship-building strategies, reflecting on his corporate sales career. Throughout our conversation, Johnathan also provides practical tips, activities, and mechanisms to becoming the best version of yourself.
To learn more about Johnathan, you can visit inspiredbyjg.com, where you can find information on how to preorder his book.